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British indie duo Aquilo stopped by the Rolling Stone offices to deliver a powerful performance of “Sorry” from their debut studio album, Silhouettes. The tender torch song finds singer/guitarist...

Adam Sandler has tapped Chris Rock for an upcoming Netflix film, The Week Of. Sandler recently expanded his Netflix streaming deal with four more new movies. Frequent Happy Madison collaborator Robert...

Detroit’s Tee Grizzley is 2017’s brightest rap upstart, thanks to his breakout hit “First Day Out.” His hard-bitten, snapping rap style reflects years of pain as well as eventual...

T-Pain has unleashed a furious new song, “See Me Comin.” Dre Moon and X-Plosive co-produced the blistering track, which clocks in at under three minutes but bursts rumbling bass, hard-hitting...

Baltimore synth-pop outfit Future Islands added another 20 North American tour dates to an already packed 2017 itinerary in support of their new album, The Far Field. The new dates kick off September 5th...

Following the release of his debut solo album, Harry Styles will appear for a week-long residence on The Late Late Show With James Corden. The singer will unveil Harry Styles on May 12th. In a video...

Damon Albarn (right) discusses collaborating with De La Soul, Lou Reed and many others in his Gorillaz project, and what the future may hold for Blur. Linda Brownlee Damon Albarn can easily fill an hour...

Beyoncé celebrated the one-year anniversary of her album Lemonade with the announcement of her “Formation Scholars” program. The scholarship will launch for the 2017-2018 school year. ...

Salt-N-Pepa, Vanilla Ice and Naughty By Nature will headline the Nineties-themed Ship-Hop cruise, which sails January 11th through 15th, 2018. Other performers include Blackstreet, Kid ‘N Play, Coolio,...

Paul McCartney expanded his long-running “One on One” tour with several new U.S. dates. The singer will perform in Newark, New Jersey on September 11th, followed by a trio of New...

Ringo Starr will host one charitable fan at his 77th birthday brunch on July 7th in Los Angeles to benefit the David Lynch Foundation. By making a minimum $10 donation through Omaze, participants will...

Depeche Mode delivered a smoldering performance of “Where’s The Revolution” on The Late Late Show With James Corden Monday. Singer Dave Gahan moved around the stage with dictatorial...

The outsized personality and acerbic wit of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes helped vault the sleek, forthright R&B trio TLC to the top of the pop charts in the Nineties. Lopes’ intricate, take-no-prisoners...

Big Boi gave a funky, propulsive performance of new single “Mic Jack” on Monday’s Tonight Show. The Outkast rapper spit rhymes into a gold microphone, backed by DJ scratching, a trio...

The latest episode of Rolling Stone Music Now podcast is now available. Listen and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Spotify or check it out below. Cameron Crowe, the Rolling Stone legend turned filmmaker,...

Snoop Dogg has announced the impending arrival of the rapper’s latest album Neva Left. “Throughout the years, I’ve had my hands in a lot of different projects, but music has always...

Blonde Ambition, a Black List-winning screenplay about Madonna‘s early years as a recording artist in New York City, has been picked up by Universal. The script, penned by Elyse Hollander, focuses...

Phoenix have announced their new album Te Amo, the French rock group’s first LP since 2013’s Bankrupt! The album is due out June 9th via Glassnote, the band told the New York Times, with...

A “harmful and unusual bacterial infection” has forced Elton John to cancel his upcoming April and May run of “The Million Dollar Piano” gigs at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace...

Gregg Allman denied rumors that he’d entered a hospice facility on Monday, with the Allman Brothers Band singer noting in a brief statement on Facebook that he’s “currently...

Steely Dan frontman Donald Fagen announced a tour with his newly formed solo band, the Nightflyers. The U.S. leg launches with a two-night stint, August 3rd and 4th, in Port Chester, New York and concludes...

Gorillaz listen to the “distance voice” inside their heads on “The Apprentice,” a bonus track from the upcoming deluxe edition of their fifth LP, Humanz. Singers Rag’n’Bone...

Goldfrapp released the electrifying, NSFW video for “Systemagic,” the latest single off their recently release new LP Silver Eye. The expertly choreographed video – the first directed...

15 Best Things We Saw at Coachella 2017’s Weekend Two | Rolling Stone Live Stream Obama’s First Post-Presidency Speech › Radiohead get a do-over, Empire of the Sun bring the drama,...

Ty Segall recruits famous friends like Fred Armisen, Jack Black and Henry Rollins for the rocker’s strange new “Break a Guitar” video. The video opens with a drooling Armisen in...

For years, Kyle Harvey was a self-proclaimed nerd. “You just don’t know how uncool it is to be Kyle until you’re Kyle,” the breakout rapper behind the Lil Yachty–featuring,...

Tori Amos announced that she will release her new LP Native Invader, her 15th studio album, this September. The album is the singer-songwriter’s first since 2014’s Unrepentant Geraldines. ...

Kings of Leon continue to add tour dates to the trek in support of their 2016 LP Walls, with the rockers plotting a 16-date fall tour. A month after the group’s long summer jaunt, the Followill...

The Grateful Dead‘s Bob Weir welcomed Phish‘s Trey Anastasio onstage for a five-song set during Florida festival Wanee. The duo performed material from their respective bands, alongside one...

Rob Sheffield’s new book Dreaming the Beatles: The Love Story of One Band and the Whole World is a celebration of the band, from the longtime Rolling Stone columnist. It tells the weird saga of how...

Nearly 36 hours after Frank Ocean debuted “Lens” during an episode of Blonded Radio, the singer unexpectedly returned to Beats 1 early Monday morning with an updated take on his Endless...

Following a pair of Coachella gigs where Kendrick Lamar debuted Damn. songs live, the rapper will bring his new album on the road this summer. The Damn. Tour spans 17 dates, kicking off July...

Kendrick Lamar‘s new LP Damn! set the bar for all 2017 releases as the rapper’s latest LP easily achieved the best-selling week of the year so far. Damn! sold 603,000 total copies in its...

John Mayer brought out Ryan Adams during his concert Friday night in Englewood, California, with the singer-songwriters performing Adams’ “Come Pick Me Up” together at the Forum. Adams,...

Frank Ocean aired an unannounced episode of Blonded Radio late Saturday night on Beats 1, where the singer debuted two versions of another new song titled “Lens.” Ocean’s voice is...

Bruce Springsteen was a surprise guest at a jam session at the Asbury Park Music and Film Festival Friday night, with the singer joining fellow E Street Band members, Southside Johnny and other New Jersey...

David Crosby and Ted Nugent have engaged in a war of words following the ultra-conservative rocker’s White House visit. On Thursday, Nugent and Kid Rock served as Sarah Palin’s guests when...

Tinashe has released her sizzling new video for “Flame,” the Eighties-inspired first single off the singer’s upcoming Joyride LP. The video traces a relationship as it literally...

Neil Young is preparing to launch a new high-definition streaming service called Xstream, a continuation of the rocker’s search for top-quality digital sound that Young started with his Pono player. ...

Social critique’s been in country’s heritage since Loretta Lynn gave thanks for the pill and Johnny Cash explained his sartorial taste for black. So consider Brad Paisley’s protest-song...

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